FOR YEARS, PEOPLE HAVE THOUGHT OF
WHEN DONALD GARDNER’S parents tell him they’ll be taking an exciting road trip through Kansas, he openly cringes. He is sure it will be a boring summer vacation. But at one of their final roadside stops on the way home, they are approached by a poor woman offering to sell a curious item—an antique silver shoe. While Donald’s mother is initially reluctant, she is ultimately smitten with the shoe and buys it.
SILVER SHOES FROM OZ WERE ONLY THE
MORE THAN A week has passed since sixth-grader Donald Gardner left Germany after facing an evil sorcerer in the woods. He’s back in the classroom again, trying hard to adapt to a normal life and fit in.
TWO STRONG-WILLED WOMEN.
MORE THAN TONGUE CAN TELL is the one-hundred-year saga (1885-1985) of screen beauty and film star Andrea King and her equally indomitable, cigar-smoking mother Belle McKee.